New Delhi. Where on one hand, on the occasion of the inauguration of the new Parliament, on May 28, PM Narendra Modi issued a coin of 75 rupees. On the other hand, on May 25, by issuing a notification, the Finance Ministry had informed that a coin of Rs 75 would be issued. Usually such coins are dedicated to a special event, a birth anniversary or death anniversary or a memorial. They are specially designed. However, even before this many coins were issued in the name of many such monuments. At the same time, a special coin of 75 rupees has been issued on the inauguration of the Parliament. But before this, the government has also issued coins of 100, 150, 250 rupees. What are commemorative coins Actually these coins are made in very small numbers. Commemorative coins are not put into circulation like currency notes and coins. According to other media reports, they are not even considered as legal tender. These are issued for collection only. Most coins are made of silver. These coins are not in public circulation. These have to be specially ordered. Know where and for how much these coins are found, let us tell you that these special coins have been issued by the Ministry of Finance. Therefore these coins can be specially ordered from the Security Printing and Minting Corporation of India Limited (SPMCIL) website (https://www.indiagovtmint.in/en/commemorative-coins/). You can buy everything from old to new coins from here. But if you are thinking that 150 coin will be available in 150 and 250 in the same rupee, then sir! You are totally wrong. So sir! Now since these coins are specially made in very limited quantities. And the metals used in these are also a bit expensive. That’s why it is obvious that their prices are also high. Know the special coins here Rs 150 issued on the 150th birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi The cost of this coin is Rs 8,039. 250th Birth Anniversary Coin of Raja Ram Mohan Roy. The cost of this Rs 250 coin is Rs 3,410. Issued on the 125th birth anniversary of Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose, the Rs 125 coin has a face value of Rs 4,243. The Rs 100 coin issued on the completion of 150 years of the Kuka Movement costs Rs 10,735. Rs 150 coin released on Motilal Nehru’s 150th birth anniversary, cost Rs 10,890. The cost of a coin of Rs 250 issued in the 250th session of Rajya Sabha in 2019 is Rs 9,297. The Rs 100 coin issued on the birth anniversary of Atal Bihari Vajpayee in 2018 has a cost of Rs 5,717. The 100 and 5 rupee coins issued on the occasion of 60 years of Commonwealth Games cost Rs 17,028. Excellent packing of rare coins By the way, many such coins have been issued by the governments of the country. At the same time, the same coins are also available at many prices. The reason for which is the packing of coins. Coins are delivered in a variety of packings. For example, in wooden boxes, ordinary paper or carton boxes or without boxes. All packing costs vary. Sir, where are the coins made, these coins are made only in the mint of the government. These are in Mumbai, Kolkata, Hyderabad and Kolkata. Now it is not necessary that when you go to order a coin, it should be present in stock. For this you may have to wait for 3-6 months.